Can Latino audiences help revive the opera scene?

Some of the top opera houses in the U.S. are starting to include some less familiar works among the go-to standards — works aimed at the local communities, mostly Latino, where new opera lovers are yet to be discovered.

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    Catalina Cuervo

    Catalina Cuervo Colombian opera singer, cast for role of Frida in upcoming production of "Frida."
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    Ricardo Herrera

    Ricardo Herrera Mexican opera singer, cast for role of Diego in upcoming production of "Frida."
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    Ricardo Lugo

    Ricardo Lugo Has played a variety of roles at Michigan Opera Theatre. Most recently he was MOT’s debut of “A View from the Bridge” - 2014.
     
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    Eleazar Rodríguez

    Eleazar Rodríguez Mexican tenor, and he has performed at Michigan Opera Theatre.
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